This web application fulfills one step in the light painting process.
In page one of Litchi Mission Rotator:
Choose whether or not to skip waypoints that are too close together which would otherwise prevent the mission from being flown.
Select the desired height above take-off of what will be the lowest waypoint after the mission is rotated.
Use the file chooser to upload your CSV file.
Generate the mission and review the resulting parameters.
In page two of Litchi Mission Rotator:
Review the parameters and calculations.
Download the csv file.
In the Litchi Mission Hub:
Use the Missions menu to import the csv file created by Litchi Mission Rotator.
Adjust the Litchi mission parameters (such as speed) as desired
This web application can be used to perform one step in the drone light
painting process. The complete process for light
painting is documented here. Briefly, the light painting process includes
the following steps:
Acquiring an image defining the shape to be painted
Overlaying that image in Google Earth Pro
Manually drawing a path along the outline of that shape
Exporting that path from Google Earth Pro as a KMZ file
Rotating that path along the X-axis (Longitude-axis) using this web application
Importing that rotated mission into Litchi
Testing that mission using Virtual Litchi Mission
Flying the mission while recording a video of the flight with a tripod-mounted camera
2023-10-06: In addition to rotating a Litchi mission, one can now upload and rotate KML and KMZ files while creating Litchi CSV output.
2023-10-06: Added the ability to skip waypoints that are too close which would otherwise prevent the mission from being flown.